HUMAN RIGHTS PORTAL NOMINATED FOR GLOBAL AWARD Human Rights Portal is nominated for a global competition known as the Human Rights Tulip for the best innovation to promote and support human rights. Click here to vote for us before 18 October.
ETHNIC MINORITIES FACE UPHILL EDUCATION FIGHT IN HONG KONG CCPL Director Puja Kapai was quoted by SCMP concerning the recent controversy over the discriminative education policies against the ethnic minorities in Hong Kong. Click here to read the news story. Please also click here to read more.
PROFESSOR AND DIRECTOR SIMON YOUNG COMMENTS ON THE SNOWDEN AFFAIR Professor and Director Simon Young comments Hong Kong's laws on asylum and extradition as a result of the Snowden incident. Click here to read the news article and more detailed advise by Professor Young will be uploaded soon.
CCPL WON THE FACULTY KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE (KE) AWARD 2013 (FACULTY OF LAW) We are pleased to announce that CCPL has won the Faculty KE Award 2013 for the Human Rights Portal. We hope we will continue to provide support for the contribution of human rights knowledge in the future.
COURT RULING ON TRANSGENDER MARRIAGE RAISES HOPES FOR OTHER MINORITIES Professor Cora Chan expressed her opinion on SCMP about the recent CFA decision of the W case. Click here to access the article.
IMMIGRANTS STRUGGLE FOR STATUS IN HONG KONG CCPL Director Professor Simon Young interviewed about asylum seekers in Hong Kong on Al Jazeera English Channel. Click here to watch the interview.
TRADE UNION IN HONG KONG AND THE RIGHT TO STRIKE CCPL Fellow Professor Rick Glofcheski interviewed about the dock workers' ongoing strike action on The Pulse. Click here to watch the interview. You may also click hereto access to the print version on Mingpao.
HK SET FOR KEY CIVIL RIGHTS CASE Professor Kelley Loper is quoted in a recent article in the Financial Times on the upcoming Court of Final Appeal hearing of the 'W' case - in which a transsexual woman seeks the right to marry her boyfriend. Click here to access the article.
HONG KONG: NO FRIENDS TO ASYLUM SEEKERS Professor and CCPL Director Simon Young is quoted in The Atlantic's recent article on asylum seekers in Hong Kong. Click here to access the article.